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John
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I have just had some audio equipment passed down to me. Included is a Sansui integrated DC Servo amp model#: A-7. I can't find any reference to this on the site. Does anyone have any info on this? Thanks -John
BeatleFred
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The A-7 was made in the early 80's, (1981), and has a power rating of 45 Watts. Its between the A-9 which was 65 Watts, and the A-5 which was 25 Watts.  Sansui also made other matching components to go along with the amp that include a turntable, cassette deck, tuner, and speakers, that comprised a whole rack system for a music listener on an affordable budget who wanted a complete system that was easy to use.  The more upscale products that Sansui made at this time was the AU-D11 amp and 9900Z receiver.
 
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parag shah
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The A-7 was made in the early 80's, (1981), and has a power rating of 45 Watts. Its between the A-9 which was 65 Watts, and the A-5 which was 25 Watts.  Sansui also made other matching components to go along with the amp that include a turntable, cassette deck, tuner, and speakers, that comprised a whole rack system for a music listener on an affordable budget who wanted a complete system that was easy to use.  The more upscale products that Sansui made at this time was the AU-D11 amp and 9900Z receiver.
 
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